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nscshwn08
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Domed Roof using Revit 8

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01-25-2006 07:18 PM
have not used Revit in a while, in fact, last time was version 5.0. doing a project for local astronomy club, and need help in creating the dome on the roof for star viewing. any ideas on the easiest way to create this? thanks for any help!
*Scott Davis
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Re: Domed Roof using Revit 8

01-25-2006 08:53 PM in reply to: nscshwn08
do a roof by sketch. then sketch the circle, and make it slope defining. In
the properties of the sketchline, set the segments equal to 0. Finish
sketch. this will draw a smooth dome.

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have not used Revit in a while, in fact, last time was version 5.0. doing a
project for local astronomy club, and need help in creating the dome on the
roof for star viewing. any ideas on the easiest way to create this? thanks
for any help!
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Steve_Stafford
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Registered: ‎12-20-2001
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Re: Domed Roof using Revit 8

01-25-2006 11:42 PM in reply to: nscshwn08
That will make a smooth Cone shaped roof, not a dome. An in-place family with a solid Revolve will make a dome.
*Scott Davis
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Re: Domed Roof using Revit 8

01-26-2006 10:01 AM in reply to: nscshwn08
oops, yeah what was i thinking?? Sorry 'bout that.

or use the Mass family dome that comes with Revit, and place it in your
project. Then use the Roof By Face tool.

wrote in message news:5069028@discussion.autodesk.com...
That will make a smooth Cone shaped roof, not a dome. An in-place family
with a solid Revolve will make a dome.
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